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Toronto International Film Festival to go on as physical and digital event

The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), which is dedicated to showcasing the best of international and Canadian cinema, is going to have digital events, such as screenings, talks, and press conferences in addition to physical and drive in screenings, according »

Arts & Entertainment, International

Tiff between giants at TIFF

Begun in 1976, the Toronto International Film Festival-TIFF– has since become one of the single most important film events in the world Movie fans in Canada’s biggest city are once again thrilled to see so many big stars being spotted »

Arts & Entertainment

TIFF 2019 unveils its lineup and it’s big

The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) has just unveiled the first batch of films from its 44th edition, which will take place from September 5 to 15. This part of the official program includes 18 galas and 38 special presentations. »

Arts & Entertainment, Economy, International, Internet, Science & Technology, Society

TIFF new Executive Director, Joana Vicente

TIFF, the Toronto International Film Festival, one of the most popular festivals in the world, named Oscar-nominated producer and film executive Joana Vicente as its new executive director and co-head. The appointment, announced on Tuesday, comes just a week before »

Arts & Entertainment, International, Politics, Society

Surveillance billboard markets ‘Snowden’ film

In a clever marketing move, an ad agency set up a billboard and showed surveillance images on a busy Toronto street to illustrate the privacy issues raised in the new movie called “Snowden.” The film based on National Security Agency »

Arts & Entertainment

Child star charms Toronto Film Festival

The popular nine-year-old move star Jacob Tremblay returned to the Toronto Film Festival for the premier of his newest film “Burn Your Maps.” Vancouver-born Tremblay plays a young Chicago boy who thinks he is a Mongolian goat herder. The fantasy »